Laurelwood Park Southlake is a Southlake neighborhood. Laurelwood Park Southlake has a population of 122 people, 50 percent males and 50 percent females, and a median age of 41. Families with children make up 47 percent of the neighborhood, as do 3 percent single-female families, 9 percent single-male families, and 81 percent couples. In Laurelwood Park Southlake, the average household size is 3.77, and the average family size is 3.97.
Residents of Laurelwood Park Southlake, Southlake have a median household income of $250,001, and a median individual income of $91,014. Approximately 97% of residents have completed high school, 19% have completed some type of college but do not have a degree, 3% have an associate degree, 31% have a bachelor’s degree, and 26% have completed graduate school.
Single-Family Properties and Condominiums are two types of homes for sale in Lakewood Acres Southlake, Southlake. The average home costs $895,381.
Laurelwood Estate home on a full acre with sweeping front circle drive and exquisite double doors. Beyond the beautiful pool and welcoming spa, double staircases frame the views through the two-story windows to the backyard, which rivals being one of Southlake’s greatest with lots of play yard. This homeowner has updated the entire house with great care, resulting in a sense of elegance and open living. The bedrooms are all substantially sized, with huge closets and fantastic bathrooms… The master suite is exactly that… a complete suite with a spa-like bath! Everything in the kitchen is brand new, and the wine room is a must-see.
Things To Do
Laurelwood Park is a relaxing and enjoyable location to visit. About 8 years ago, it was renovated and modernized. A new picnic area, restrooms, lawn area, children’s play area with safety surfaces and an educational meeting area among native shrubs and grasses have all been added.
The picnic tables are shaded by a wonderful old oak tree on one side of the huge lawn, which also anchors the paved walkway near the facilities. A year-round spring-fed creek runs along the east edge of the grass area, passing through an easy hiking trail that leads east to the earthen dam and then down Laurelwood Drive to the bay.
There’s plenty of room to spread out a picnic blanket or throw up a badminton net on the spacious lawn, which is ideal for tossing a frisbee, baseball, or football; or practicing your soccer moves.
The gated children’s play area features a wide range of climbing difficulties, bridges, slides, swings, and bars. Because the entire fenced-in area has ‘rubber’-like paving, soft landings are nearly a given (not loose chips).
There are numerous hiking paths around the park for the more adventurous. They range in difficulty from easy hikes on paved roads to arduous climbs into an untamed hillside, with some paths designated and others that appear to be deer trails…which the park has plenty of, albeit they only appear in the early mornings and early evenings. This is a fantastic park to visit during the day for people of all ages and any occasion.